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The English School of Painting in Water Colours; Its Theory and Practice with the Several Stages of Progression. Accompanied with 47 Illustrations in the First Style of Chromolithography [New and Revised Edition]
Published by A. Tarrant, 11 Serle Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, London Third Edition 1871. London 1871. Hard back binding in publisher's original bottle green pebble cloth covers which have been professionally recased preserving the original spine and text, new corners, gilt title and author lettering to the spine, silk head bands, large elaborate gilt tooled illustration and lettering to the centre of the upper panel, new ivory cream end papers. Imperial folio 22'' x 15''. Contains [x] 130 printed pages of text with 47 colour illustrations over 25 plates mounted on thick card stock with paper guards, the first four plates being 24 mixed tints to each card, additional colour title page plate. The last plate has a brown damp stain line to the top edge, this does not affect the illustration, very little foxing, the original green cloth has surface rubs to the high points and has a small tear to the top of the lower board which was repaired when the binding was recased, without any ownership markings and internally in Very Good clean, fresh and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.
      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA]
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